The entire transcript of my speech for the Women’s Travel Festival about facing fears, travelling in India and being a female solo traveller.
Thanks to an explorer’s grant from Kensington Tours, I will be going to India to trace the journeys of 16th century poet and mystic Mirabai, a woman ahead of her time.
In 2013, I became aware that I was at a new stage in The Hero’s Journey: I was Returning from several years of travel adventure. Here’s what I learned.
People asked me to comment on the CNN story about the woman who experienced sexual harassment in India. She has her story and I have mine. Both are true.
Today is the four-year “blogiversary” of Breathedreamgo and I am celebrating by reflecting on the highs and the lows, and the joy of just doing it.
The results of the WeGoSolo / Hostelbookers contest and survey are in! Findings reveal that women are both adventurous and practical. And they love freedom.
The rains that deluged the north India state of Uttarakhand and killed thousands was a man-made disaster. A plea to protect the sacred earth.
Storytelling is key to engaging potential travellers online & working with professional storytellers should be part of the travel industry’s marketing mix.
Seven years after I started travel blogging, I am finally seeing the profession come into its own with the success of TBEX Toronto. Travel blogging has arrived!
All about how I started Breathedreamgo, co-founded the Toronto Travel Massive and watched travel blogging grow, evolve and now, with TBEX coming, explode!
I attended a performance by virtuosos Zakir Hussain and Shivkumar Sharma as part of the Asian Music Series, and was astounded by the music and the message.
Reminiscing about the exciting year I spent living in the heart of Tokyo, Japan, trying to understand a culture that fascinated and baffled me. Now, I would love to go back!